Cleaning your laser printer is a key measure to extend its life. Paper dust produced by many reams of paper and toner dust from toner cartridges tend to accumulate in places that may adversely affect your printer. For example, paper and toner dust in the gears at the end of the rollers will cause mechanical resistance to smooth operation. Paper and toner dust can also interfere with the good electrical contact of your corona assembly. The interior of the printer should be vacuumed and the paper path should be wiped with a clean cloth.
On the average, you should schedule cleaning of your laser printer once a year. It's an important preventative measure, like changing the oil in your car every 5,000 miles. If you do this on a regular basis, it will minimize the chances of costly repairs and breakdown.
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